San Diego High Asset Divorce Attorney
Unique Solutions for Your Complex Divorce
Almost half of all marriages end in divorce, and some of those arise from financial difficulties. No matter who you are, divorce can be one of the most stressful periods in a person’s life, particularly as most people don’t see it coming. That stress is compounded, however, the more entangled two lives are. The two things that will complicate a divorce the most are children and property.
For highly successful people, this process can be even more daunting, as their spouses might be entitled to half of all their assets. The Law & Mediation Firm of Klueck & Hoppes, APC knows precisely how high asset divorce cases can be, and we are sensitive to the unique circumstances involved.
Contact us online or call (619) 577-4900 today to speak with a San Diego high net worth divorce lawyer about your options.
What Does High Net Worth Mean?
Someone who has high net worth possesses liquid financial assets (money you can move around easily) worth more than $1 million in U.S. currency. In the event of a high asset divorce, if you didn’t have a prenuptial agreement before the marriage, you and your spouse will divide all community property assets as evenly as possible.
Liquid assets do not include additional property you may own, such as:
- 401(k) accounts
Dividing assets is a lengthy and complicated process, which is why people depend on skilled attorneys to navigate the procedure. High-asset divorce lawyers know that the result of proceedings can also affect the taxes of each individual after everything is settled, so we will be able to inform you of the benefits or detriments of particular settlements.
San Diego High-Net Worth Divorce Lawyers: Experienced in High-Asset Cases
If you have a lot at stake in a high-net worth divorce, trust attorneys who have experience serving people such as yourself. The Law & Mediation Firm of Klueck & Hoppes has worked with affluent individuals frequently and we are highly experienced in alternative dispute resolutions, such as mediation and collaborative divorce.
If you want to avoid the public scrutiny of a high-profile divorce court, then you and your spouse can settle property division and child custody in a private room. Let our Board-Certified Family Law Specialists help you make an informed decision about your financial and personal affairs.
We serve people throughout the San Diego and Southern California area. Contact us today to schedule a free legal consultation. Talk to us about your situation and let’s discuss how best to begin your divorce proceedings.